Keywording is Scary…Official

Posted on April 16, 2009 by Admin under Gear, Kit & Bags
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With the global decline is media due to advertising budgets being cut, it is no surprise that many photographers are finding that commissions are becoming harder to get. This has meant that freelancers have started to look more at the photography stock as a way of earning additional income to fill the gap. But selling […]

The Bicycle Wheel

Posted on April 13, 2009 by Admin under Blog, Gear, Kit & Bags
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In a previous post I referred to the slope of the bath tub which was an analogy for proving your photographic gear. Of course the wise will do heavy testing at all ISO and lighting conditions to work out how the sensor records details in the shadows as well as the highlights. They will also […]

Anyone can be a Journalist

Posted on November 30, 2008 by Admin under Gear, Kit & Bags
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The biggest concern to me is that again, we have the malicious rumours that terrorists are using Twitter service that was flagged up ages ago by the FBI as a possible threat.

Slope of the Bath Tub

Posted on November 15, 2008 by Admin under Gear, Kit & Bags
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Now it would be easy to blame the manufacture for making crap cameras or even the card manufacturer for shoddy quality control, but today this is quite the norm its what engineers term the ‘slope of the bath tub’

Instant JPEG from RAW utility

Posted on October 17, 2008 by Admin under Gear, Kit & Bags
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Here is a nice free little utility to keep on a memory stick the ‘Instant JPEG from Raw utility’ from the good folks at RawWorkflow.Com. This is ideal if you shoot in Raw format but need to get a JPEG image to send and you are away from home or don’t have your laptop with […]

Some things I am doing at the moment

Posted on October 7, 2008 by Admin under Gear, Kit & Bags, projects
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Ok so at the moment I thought I would fill you in on a few projects I am working on at the moment, this first group is all about scale, which is not just about big prints but can also be the scale of content and how the viewer interacts with it The first is […]

The good old days to the norm with compact image transmition devices

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I have to say I really enjoyed this post as it reminded me of when I was working as a sports photographer for a national press agency. It is also strange to think that photographers use common solutions to their problems, as I have been using the Pocket Phojo and a PDA for the last […]

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